U SPORTS: Individual Honours Highlight the 2019-20 Wesmen

Vancouver,BC- The Winnipeg Wesmen are often caught in the shadows of their city counterparts, the Manitoba Bisons, but that doesn’t mean that they don’t have some great stories.  It’s easy to forget about the University of Winnipeg, that only has a third of the students of the University of Manitoba,  but some of their athletes put Canada West on notice this year. They did not … Continue reading U SPORTS: Individual Honours Highlight the 2019-20 Wesmen

U Sports: The Ontario Tech Ridgebacks Best Stories of 2019-2020

Toronto,ON- The Ontario Tech Ridgebacks are truly an interesting program. Situated just outside Toronto, snugly in the corner of North Oshawa, the school has had a less decorated athletic history but just always seemingly puts out strong teams in a variety of sports. In 2019-2020 the Ridgebacks showed off a new addition to their athletic programming as had a strong performance by a staple. The … Continue reading U Sports: The Ontario Tech Ridgebacks Best Stories of 2019-2020

U SPORTS: Medals Galore, A Look Back at the UQAM Citadins

Montréal, QC- Despite Les Citadins, like all other programs across the country, having to hit pause on their athletics, their athletes still brought pride to the school even in the most unlikely ways. From setting records to writing their own Cinderella story, Université du Québec à Montréal was home to a few impressive storylines this year.  Women’s Soccer: Breaking Records Like It’s Nothing Sharing a … Continue reading U SPORTS: Medals Galore, A Look Back at the UQAM Citadins

U SPORTS MBB: Deaverio Leaves McGill For Ryerson

Toronto,ON- The Ryerson Rams announced Tuesday the hiring of David Deaverio as the new head coach of the men’s basketball team.  The deal, first reported by Elias Sbiet of North Pole Hoops, has the new coach under contract for the next three years.   Deaverio, before joining the Rams has coached 19 seasons between the Ottawa Gee-Gees and Mcgill. In those years he has reached the … Continue reading U SPORTS MBB: Deaverio Leaves McGill For Ryerson

U Sports Basketball: Regional drafting highlights 2020 CEBL U Sports Draft

Toronto, ON- The sports world is silent, there are no pucks being slapped, no balls being kicked or bats being cracked, but while the action is on pause, the administrative measures continue on. U Sports, after being silent since wrapping its multi-sport season up a couple of weeks ago had a moment in the spotlight, as 21 players were drafted into the Canadian Elite Basketball … Continue reading U Sports Basketball: Regional drafting highlights 2020 CEBL U Sports Draft

NCAA: Top 10 March Madness Moment’s of the Decade

A column by Adam Menikefs Toronto, ON- Today was supposed to begin the greatest time of year. Read this as nostalgia for a tournament that many, including myself, have watched every single year of this decade. Included are videos to each Game/moment. Enjoy. 10. #15 Lehigh stuns Duke on Historic Day (2012) The Blue Devils entered the tournament with the #2 seed in the South … Continue reading NCAA: Top 10 March Madness Moment’s of the Decade

U Sports Basketball: National Semi-finals Recap

Ottawa, ON- Casey Dulson recaps the men’s basketball semi-finals from the national championships in Ottawa. Carleton Ravens vs Western Mustangs The number one seed and tournament favorite, Carleton Ravens played the Western Mustangs in a rematch of the Wilson Cup finals. The last time, the two schools faced each other in national semi-finals was in 2009 where the Mustangs lost 66-65. This national semi-final was … Continue reading U Sports Basketball: National Semi-finals Recap

U Sports Basketball (W): Taking a look at the semi-finals

Eight teams enter Thursday’s quarterfinals with their quest to win the Bronze Medal. Four teams will continue their journey to capture the national championship on Sunday. The AUS champions, the University of Prince Edward Island (UPEI), Panthers beat the OUA runner- up Ryerson Rams in the first game at nationals.  The OUA champions, Brock Badgers, beat the wildcard Calgary Dinos in a nail-biter. The RSEQ … Continue reading U Sports Basketball (W): Taking a look at the semi-finals

U Sports Basketball (W): U Sports Final 8 Preview Part 2

Ottawa,ON– Yesterday we took a look at the ranks 1-4 who will be hitting the court in Ottawa this coming week and weekend. Today we move onto the next part of the bracket, as we look at ranks 5-8. #5 Alberta Pandas: The Pandas head to nationals as CW runner-up after losing to Saskatchewan in Championship game. The Pandas finished the regular season with a … Continue reading U Sports Basketball (W): U Sports Final 8 Preview Part 2

U Sports Basketball (W): Final 8 preview, the top four

Ottawa,ON- It is the most wonderful time of the year as it is March; which means nationals is only three days away, the eight best teams in the country will be taking over our nation capital for four days This year’s field is a talented one and features only three schools from last year’s tournament: the Ryerson Rams, last season’s runner-up, Laval Rouge et Or … Continue reading U Sports Basketball (W): Final 8 preview, the top four